Guadeloupe Yacht Charter | Bareboat & Skippered Charters
Bareboat Motor Yacht Bareboat Catamaran Bareboat Monohull
Guadeloupe Yacht Charters

Established in 2003 STN Yacht Charters are agents specializing in the Caribbean Sea. We work with just sixteen carefully selected operators of very well maintained vessels based across ten locations and so can offer you the very best choice of boats. And by sharing our agency commission with you, the client, we can also give you the very competitive prices. We have a great range of monohulls and catamarans available for bareboat or skippered charter. We would love to show you what we can offer so please contact us by email or use our enquiry form here

Guadeloupe is part of the Leeward Islands. The island is geographically distinctive because of its butterfly shape. The eastern wing is Grand-Terre. Pointe-à-Pitre, the island's biggest city, is in the southeastern corner and is the center of tourism. The western wing is Basse-Terre, which is less developed and dominated by a national park. Snorkelers and divers will be captivated by the variety of marine and coral life in the pristine, azure waters that surround the islands that make up Guadeloupe. Foodies will delight in the delicious and distinctive cuisine, which is a blend of French and Creole influences

Our boats are based in Pointe-à-Pitre

Get a quote for your Guadeloupe yacht charter here. Or contact us by email

Suggested Itineraries & Routes - See the following link for itineraries in Guadeloupe

Marinas - Detailed reports and information on Marinas, Harbours and Anchorages in the Caribbean can be found in our Cruising Guide

Experience & Qualifications - A sailing license in not normally required for charters in the Caribbean. For bareboat charters operators will normally wish to see some evidence of the skippers sailing experience

Visa Requirements -
Click here for advice from the French Government

Charter Season - Many of our yachts can be hired year round. The northern hemisphere winter is the busiest time and the Caribbean is a great time to sail over the Christmas/New Year Holidays. The summer sees the most rainfall and the official hurricane season, which affects some parts of the Caribbean, runs from June 1 to November 30, sharply peaking from late August through September

Climate - See the following link for the weather of Guadeloupe

How to Get There - Click on the following links for airlines and carriers operating out of Guadeloupe airport

Time Difference - UTC-4

Currency - Euro

Language - French. English is widely spoken throughout the Caribbean

Electricity -

Terms & Conditions -These vary depending on the individual boat. Normally a deposit is required at the time of booking with the balance due 6 weeks before the date of your charter. Please contact us if you require further information.

Get a quote for your Guadeloupe yacht charter here. Or contact us by email